Most companies are aware of supply chain risks and willing to invest in risk management given their uncertain and volatile environment. Yet they have difficulties orchestrating a systematic approach to assess and manage supply chain risks. BCI Global has developed a unique framework which encompasses of resilience assessment, risk evaluation & prioritization, and financial impact analysis that can be applied as a standalone supply chain risk audit or as part of a review of the end to end supply chain network. Companies that have balanced their supply chain risks sources and organizational resilience competences, will have a competitive edge when any event occurs. If you have questions like the following, this webinar will be of interest to you:
-- How to create thorough insight in our supply chain vulnerability?
-- What events that might jeopardize our business can we foresee?
-- How to integrate supply chain risk management in designing our manufacturing and distribution network?
-- What risk mitigation measures should we invest in?
-- How to create a solid overview of our company current capabilities to deal with supply chain disruptions?
-- How to improve resilience in our organization to deal with unforeseen events and the known but not upfront mitigated risks?
Join us, as we will discuss the BCI approach and two example cases. You will understand where gaps might be found in your existing risk management approach, as well as best practices from other organizations.
Featured speaker: Carlo Peters, Senior Consultant, BCI Global
Moderated by: Scott W. Luton, CSCP, LSSGB Managing Partner, TalentStream EVP, APICS Atlanta
About the featured presenter: Carlo Peters has almost 30 years of experience in Supply Chain and Logistics Management both from supply side as well as from demand side. He's worked with leading companies such as: Amazon, Amway, Electrolux, ABB, Abercrombie & Fitch, Caterpillar, ABB, Celanese, Archroma, ThermoFisher, Abbott, etc.